Next Walsall Manager: The Market Moves Once Again Next Walsall Manager: The Market Moves Once Again
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Next Walsall Manager: The Market Moves Once Again

Next Walsall Manager
After over a week at the top of the list of prospective new Walsall managers, former Crystal Palace man Steve Coppell (14/1) is no longer the favourite to take charge of the Banks's Stadium club.

Coppell, who also enjoyed success at the helm of Reading, has been knocked off the top of the table by current Exeter City man Matty Taylor, who is now available at odds of 1/3, according to EFL sponsor SkyBet.

Many expected the club to seek an experienced, well-traveled, head following several seasons of decline which ultimately resulted in the team finishing in its lowest ever position last season but, with just 159 games in the dugout, the 39-year-old Grecians gaffer is far from a veteran boss.

Other managers also in the running to join the club are; Neil Aspin (12/1), Dave Reddington (16/1), Graham Coughlan (20/1), and recently sacked Tranmere Rovers boss, Keith Hill (25/1). Whilst former favourite John McGreal's odds have slipped to 33/1, seemingly ruling him out of contention.

Matt Taylor - 1/3
Steve Coppell - 11/4
Neil Aspin - 12/1
Dave Reddington - 16/1
Graham Coughlan - 20/1
Keith Hill - 25/1
Keith Millen - 25/1
Paul Hall - 25/1
Phil Parkinson - 25/1
Rob Kelly - 25/1
Shaun Derry - 25/1
Darren Kelly - 33/1
Hayden Mullins - 33/1
Jimmy Shan - 33/1
John Eustace - 33/1
John McGreal - 33/1
Mark Cooper - 33/1
Matthew Gill - 33/1
Richie Wellens - 33/1
Russell Slade - 33/1
Sam Ricketts - 33/1
Tim Flowers - 33/1
John Askey - 40/1
Mark Molesley - 40/1
Neal Ardley - 40/1
Graham Westley - 50/1
John Sheridan - 50/1
Michael Jolley - 50/1
Stephen Robinson - 50/1
Stuart McCall - 50/1

Odds Correct as of 23:55 Monday, 17th May 2021.
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